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As what was the Harlem Renaissance also known?
New Negro Movement
At the 1912 Oilympic Games, he became the first contestant to win both the pnthlon and the decathlon.
Jim THorpe
Broke the world record when swimming the English Channel.
Gertrude Ederle
During he 1920s, what music became popular, influencing dancing and classical music.
Jazz
Flappers defied traditional standards of womanly behavior cars, sports, makeup & what else.
Going to clubs, movies, acting in movies. Then took care of their self.
For modeled hos assembly lines after what industry?
Slauder House
From where did the movement get it's name?
Alan locke New Negra
He pioneered techniques used to iincrease workers' output.
Tim
Helped photography become an important art form during the 1920s and focused on everyday scenes.
Alfred Stieglitz
In what years did the Harlem Renaissance begin and end and why?
1925-1935
Prohibition was unpopular with immigrants, city dwellers and what other group of people?
College students region.
Some of the "strucures" that sprouted out because of the growth of the automobile,stations,touristcabins,& what else?
Roads and Highways, And Billboards
This Mexican muralist praised the nobility of the worker.
Rivera focused on workers problems and industrial development. Glorified ordinary people and created art that all could view.
The four factors that led to the boom times of the 1920s were the Republicans probusiness stance,energy,new industries and what else?
Gasoline
This revivalist preacher, preached against alcohol and drew huge crowds to his revivals.
Billy Sunday
This wa passed in 1919 to enforce the 18th amendment
Volested Act
This was used by inductrial designers products that were intended to go out of style.
Play obsolete
What percentage of the US population lived in metropolitan areas by 1920?
1/3
What two inventions allowed chain stores to stock a wide variety of new products.
Sclifean and refrigeraor
What were three of the negative effects of the automobile?
Car jams, pollution, and parking problems
Who helped found the Nero People's Theater to increase opportunities for AFrican American actors and platwrights.
Rose McClendon
Because of rapid industrial growth, there were increased chemical wastes poured into the nation's rivers and lakes, traffic congestion & what else?
Air pollution
The Republican Party's nominee for president in 1928.
Hoover
His election campaign slogan was "return to normalcy".
Harding
What city became known as the capital of Black America?
Harlem
Women started smoking, using lipstick, wearing short skirt and talking publicly about what>
Flappers
Most of those arrested during the Palmer Raids were?
Black
He was the first person to fly solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
Charles Limbourg
name the most imporatnt strike of 1919 with 365,000 workers, many immigrants, walked off the job & ets
Steel Strike
Name three new inventations of the era
planes,zipper, talking movies
The Immigration Act of 1924 reduced the quota to 2% of the 1890 figures which worked against Europeans from what part of Europe?
Asian
What did the government do that help create the recession of 1920-21?
Prices went up, and all the people left when the war was over.
Approximately how many African Americans went North during the Great Migration?
800,000
This would have given men and women equal rights throughout the US.
Equal rights Amendent
Besides a photograph, what was required to join Garvey's organization
You have to be an African American and economic independence.
What was the name of the steamship line created ny Marcus Garvey?
Black StarSteamship Company
What was the name of the most popular black newspaper in the US in the 1920s?
Garvey's Newspaper
She was deported to Russia during the Red Scare and started the magazine, Mother Earth.
Goldman
Outlawed the sale, manufacture, or transportation of alcohol.
Prohibition
What wasthe Harlem Renaissance also referred to as.
Promised Land
On February 14, 1929, members of Al Capone's Chicago gang dressed as police officers killing members of Buggs Moran's Gang, this became known as...
Saint Valentines Day Maskiger
Ther were 100,000 of these in New York City during prohibition
Blind Pigs or speakeasies
In what year was the KKK started?
1920s
Who was the most popular jazz musician of the 1920s
John Scopes
The name of the law that Jogn Scopes violated in 1925?
Liquor
The hero of major leaque baseball of the 1920s
Babe Ruth
The attorney that represented Scopes in the Monkey Trial.
Darrow
Named after 17th century smugglers who concealed liquor.
Booth Leggers
In what year did Prohibition go into effect?
1920
Jazz originates in what US city?
Harlem
During the 1920s, Garvey's UNIA grew to a maximum of how many members?
750,000
Name for the Mexican and African Americans brought in to break strikes.
Replacement workers
By 1920, what percntage of the American population was foreign born?
3%
This represented a shift from a wartime to a peacetime footing.
Demobilization
Within a year after the war, how many soldiers returned to civilian life.
100
What was the name of the first strike of 1919, involving 35,000 shipard workers who wlked off the job demanding higher wages& short workdays.
Seattle Strike
What happened to hundreds of thousands of American farmers during the 1920s?
Lost their land
He was put in charge of the special government office to gather information on radical activities.
Hoover
The KKK initially targeted former slaves. Later they targgeted radicals, immigrant,Catholic and what other group.
NAACP
The idea that if taxes are lowered the wealthy would have more money to iinvest and it benefit the middle and lower classes.
Mellon
Because of the American Plan, what happened to uion membership in the US?
Decrease
These required employees to promise not to join a union.
Because would be fired.
What film caused the resurgence of the KKK?
Birth of a nation
It was widely believed that drinking led to family violence, poverty and what else?
Crime
It was widely that drinking led to family violence, poverty and what else? believed
Crime
What was the name of the organization founded by Marcus Garvey
UNIA
She was America's first sex symbol
Clara Bows
In the 1920s, 50 million per week were going to the .
Theatre Show
What was the name of the scandal during the Harding Administration?
Tea Pot Dome
He was the winner of the election of 1920.
Harding
Who was the Attorney General that lunched an anti-Red Crusdade a special government office to gather info on radical activities.
Plummer
In what year was there a wave of strikes involving 4 million workers
1920
He was Warren Harding's Secretary of Treasury.
Mellon
Of what was Garvey convicted?
Mail Fraud
Detroit' 1920 populationreached how many for the time
100
What was the name of the period of anti-communist hysteria?
Harlem
By the mid-1920s, the membership of the KKK peak at what number?
5 million
It was widely that drinking led to family violence, poverty and what else? believed
Crime
What was the name of the organization founded by Marcus Garvey
UNIA
She was America's first sex symbol
Clara Bows
In the 1920s, 50 million per week were going to the .
Theatre Show
What was the name of the scandal during the Harding Administration?
Tea Pot Dome
This was designed to legalize non-native American claims to Pueblo land.
Bursum Bill
He was the winner of the election of 1920.
Harding
Who was the Attorney General that lunched an anti-Red Crusdade a special government office to gather info on radical activities.
Plummer
In what year was there a wave of strikes involving 4 million workers
1920
He was Warren Harding's Secretary of Treasury.
Mellon
Of what was Garvey convicted?
Mail Fraud
Detroit' 1920 population reached how many for the time
100
What was the name of the period of anti-communist hysteria?
Red Scare
By the mid-1920s, the membership of the KKK peak at what number?
5 million
What president said the" business of America is business?"
Calvin Coolidge